Magazine article Parenting for High Potential

A Note from the Editor

Magazine article Parenting for High Potential

A Note from the Editor

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Having walked Capitol Hill visiting legislators to support the TALENT Act and Javits Act funding almost two years ago, it was personally gratifying to see the recent passage of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), with new language incorporated for gifted and talented learners. It does remind me however, that, whether on "the Hill" or in the classroom, advocating for our gifted children is a long journey with many twists and turns along the way. It takes time and patience: There's no magic elixir or quick fix.

This issue of Parenting for High Potential explores several situations where parents can advocate for their gifted children-whether it be at the school district level, in the classroom, or at home. From being armed with the latest facts on the impact of the recent reauthorization of the ESSA, to understanding giftedness and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), or to equipping their twice-exceptional (2e) child with technology and tools to stay organized and perform better in school, this issue is full of how-to strategies. …

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